Short answer—yes. A similar question occurred to me and I did a project like this for research, fun, and profit back during the lock-downs in April relating to targeting and searching for “rare special items” in the virtual game economy of Valve's online cooperative multiplayer game CS:GO. The real-world monetary value of such items ranges at the low end around $100 to items selling for just over $50,000. The odds for extracting items from the “rare special” item category at any value in the range overall are 1/400 according to published statistics Valve released as precipitated by the Chinese government's requirements for transparency in order for the game to remain legal in China. The project resulted in the profitable extraction of 15 rare special items over six weeks with each item being extracted with odds of 1/1 at best, and 1 in 4 at worst. Given the overall odds, and having reviewed statistics from other users' empirical data, I remain satisfied and pleased with the data generated during this project and the subsequent changes effected in reality by my acquisition of the rare items.
I would advise you to take great care constructing your target parameters if you pursue a similar project and consider integrating it in a large target bank pool of a few hundred unrelated targets to avoid problems with a front-loaded viewer. While close to half of the hits in my project were front loaded sessions, I do not recommend that approach since the mind's propensity to guess and attempt to fill in patterns in that scenario can bring a halt to useful actionable data finding its way into the session. Fortunately because of the finite number of possible solutions to the target, it would be frequently possible to deduce or backwards engineer the actual target identity from the limited amount of low level data that was recorded prior to the mind's engagement of the imagination /guessing game.
If you have an idea for something similar I would definitely encourage you to try. I would also caution you that this repetitive type of target can and did become boring for both my unconscious and conscious mind as I predicted from previous experience with a similarly repetitive target / data sets.
Anyway, hope that was useful for you, best of luck in your explorations!